Tsai Pei-Lun 蔡沛倫
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University of Nottingham, School of Law
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Jan. 7th to Feb. 5th, 2013
Tsai Pei-Lun received LLB and BA (in diplomacy) degrees from National Cheng-Chi University and an LLM in International Legal Studies from New York University. She is currently a PhD student at University of Nottingham School of Law and research assistant to Co-Chair of the University's Human Rights Law Centre. Her dissertation, titled "The Application of International Human Rights Law to Unrecognized Entities: The Case of Taiwan", explores whether entities not recognized as States can bear obligations under international human rights law, with a focus on Taiwan and its recent domestication of international human rights standards. In addition, she serves as associate editor of the Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs. Her research interests include public international law, international human rights law, and international humanitarian law.
Pasha L. Hsieh and Pei-Lun Tsai, ‘Special Report: Cross-Strait Agreements: 1990-2009’ , Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs 164.
Michael O’Flaherty and Pei-Lun Tsai, ‘Periodic Reporting: The Backbone of the UN Treaty Body, Review Procedures’ in M. Cherif Bassiouni and William A. Schabas (eds), New Challenges for the UN Human Rights Machinery: What Future for the UN Treaty Body System and the Human Rights Council Procedures? (Intersentia 2011) 37.
Pei-Lun Tsai, ‘Comparison of Curriculum Designs of Various Universities’ in Yao-Ming Hsu (ed), Current Condition and Future Prospects of International Law Education: Comparative Studies of Foreign and Taiwanese Experiences (Angle 2011) 127 (in Chinese).
Pasha L. Hsieh and Pei-Lun Tsai, ‘Special Report: Cross-Straits Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement (ECFA)’  Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs (forthcoming 2012).
Pasha L. Hsieh and Pei-Lun Tsai, ‘Special Report: Foreign Judgments Concerning the Legal Status of Taiwan’  Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs (forthcoming 2012).